Warrior Alpha One Pro Combo Hockey Helmet

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Warrior Alpha One Pro Combo Hockey Helmet

2018 | 34231-2
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The Warrior Alpha One Pro helmet offers players a wide array of features designed to reduce or prevent impact injuries, while being lightweight and comfortable to wear. In a high-impact sport like hockey, and with today’s concern for sports-related concussions, players need the best protection they can afford if they want to stay in the game and on the ice. The Alpha One Pro offers elite-level protection but at a secondary price point.
 

  • True One shell for ultra-rigid, one-piece protection
  • Omnishock Protection System for holistic head safety
  • EPP foam to safeguard against catastrophic injuries
  • Impax soft-touch foam shield for different-sized impacts
  • BOA AdaptFit 270 for dialed-in fit precision
  • Flow Comfort Polygiene liner for clean, cool wearability


For starters, the Alpha One Pro helmet comes with a True One one-piece shell. The one-piece shell is made with ultra-rigid, high-density plastic that’s both lightweight and extremely stiff. The shell geometry is designed specifically to distribute the shock of impacts, giving players superior head protection. The helmet looks good, too—it comes boxed with a variety of decals for color customization, making the Alpha One Pro both safe and aesthetically pleasing.

The Alpha One Pro includes a series of holistic, integrated features thanks to Warrior’s safety-first design that combines all shell and liner components. The frontal lobe, temples, and occipital areas are all prone to impacts. The Alpha One Pro protects these zones with its Omnioshock Protection System, with Impax foam pods. The foam pods absorb and diffuse the energy of soft and medium linear and twisting impacts for excellent head protection. The True One Pro shell and EPP foam create the core of the safety system, forming a lightweight barrier that helps protect the player from catastrophic injuries.

To make sure the helmet does its job as designed, it must fit properly. BOA’s AdaptFit 270 system gives players a high degree of sizing control for a custom fit around the entire head. The BOA dial at the back of the helmet allows players to literally dial in the precise fit they need, delivering safe and comfortable extended wear.

Inside the Alpha One Pro, removable flow liner pads provide comfort and protection. These removable pads are treated with polygiene that helps reduce bacteria buildup, absorbs sweat, and helps players stay odor-free. And Warrior's smart design optimizes airflow through the shell, keeping the player's head cool and comfortable.

Aggressive players need all the protection they can get. The Warrior Alpha One Pro helmet should fit the bill by providing top-notch protection and comfort features, all at a secondary price point that’s easy to wrap your head around.
 

Padding:EPP foamType of internal padding.
Liner:Flow Comfort PolygieneType of inner liner material.
Tool Free Adjustability:YesAbility for tool-free size adjustments.
Cage Type/Color:Alpha One, silverType and color of cage.
Helmet Certifications:CSA, HECC and CECertifications held by the product.
Warranty:30 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under manufacturer's warranty.

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What’s the difference between the $299 Alpha model and the $159 Alpha Pro model?   Seems like the pro model would be more expensive but it’s the opposite.  Thx. 

Asked by: Unimal
Warrior tends to call their second model down the Pro and that's true with the Alpha helmet. You will find similar technology on both helmets but performance differences between them. With the Pro you will find a classic EPP foam that's time tested. In the Alpha you will find EPP foam and well as a higher end foam called Impax. This foam is incredibly comfortable but you also get a big boost in protection. Protection starts with proper fit and the Alpha helps with that by adding the AdaptaFit 360 system. This helps improve 360 degree fit around the head. The Pro has similar tech on that helmet too but it's not a 360 degree fit improvement. Thanks!
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2019-06-14

Can you adjust the chin guard on face mask

Asked by: Dude007
You have the ability to adjust the cage a little by how you have the j clips positioned but the chin cup is not adjustable on its own. Its fixed to the helmet so it does not have the ability to move. Thanks!
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2018-11-18
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